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Bradley, K., Gregory, M.M., Armstrong, J.A., Arthur, M.L., Porter, C.M. (2018). "Graduate students bringing emotional rigor to the heart of community-university relations in Food Dignity." Journal of Agriculture, Food Systems, and Community Development, 8(Supp. 1).

Hargraves, M. and Denning, C. (2018). "Visualizing Expertise: Collaborative Pathway Modeling as a methodology for conveying community-driven strategies for change." Journal of Agriculture, Food Systems, and Community Development, 8(Supp. 1).

Porter, C.M. and Wechsler, A.M. (2018). "Follow the money: Resource allocation and academic supremacy among community and university partners in Food Dignity." Journal of Agriculture, Food Systems, and Community Development, 8(Supp. 1).

Porter, C.M. (2018). "Triple-rigorous storytelling: a PI's reflections on devising case study methods with five community-based food justice organizations." Journal of Agriculture, Food Systems, and Community Development, 8(Supp. 1).

Gregory, M.M., Peters, S. (2018). "Participatory research for scientific, educational community benefits: A case study of cover crop research with Brooklyn community gardens." Journal of Agriculture, Food Systems, and Community Development, 8(Supp. 1).

Gaechter, L.J. (2016). "It's 'Ultimately about Dignity:' Understanding Social Movement Frames of the Food Dignity Project." (Master's Thesis). Division of Kinesiology & Health, University of Wyoming, Laramie, WY.

Bradley, K. (2015). "Supporting Urban Agriculture for Food Justice: An allyship lens on decolonizing research, urban farmer-to-farmer learning, and the neoliberalism critique in the East Bay, California" (Doctoral Thesis). Department of Geography, University of California, Davis, CA.

Conk, S. (2015). "Quantifying Yields of Home and Community Gardens in Laramie, WY." (Master's Thesis). Division of Kinesiology & Health, University of Wyoming, Laramie, WY.

Armstrong, J.A. (2015). "Engaging Stories: Meanings, goodness, and identity in daily life." (Doctoral Thesis.) Cornell University, Ithaca, NY.

Bradley, K., and Herrera, H. (2015). "Decolonizing Food Justice: Naming, Resisting, and Researching Colonizing Forces in the Movement." Antipode, 48(1), 97-114.

Porter, C.M. (2015). "It's the people, stupid: the Food Dignity action research project schools the PI." Invited presentation at the Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy. June 3, 2015. Minneapolis, MN. Recorded presentation online.

Armstrong, J., Dickey, T., Lindemann, J., and Rosario, M. (2015). "Engaging Research/Engaging Cornell: Graduate students, public engagement, and the land grant mission of Cornell University." Presentation of findings of graduate student report to Cornell'students, faculty, staff, and administrators. January 22, 2015. Cornell University, Ithaca, NY.

Armstrong, J., Dickey, T., Lindemann, J., and Rosario, M. (2015). "Engaging Research/Engaging Cornell: Graduate students, public engagement, and the land grant mission of Cornell University." Report.

Porter, C.M., Herrera, H., Marshall D. & Woodsum, G.M., (2014). "Shared voices, different worlds: process and product in the Food Dignity action research project." Practice-based paper in Gateways: International Journal of Community Research and Engagement. 7(1) 116-128.

Porter, C.M. (2013). "Community action to prevent childhood obesity: Lessons from three US case studies." Childhood Obesity. 9(2), 164-174.

Pelletier, D.L., Porter, C.M., Aarons, G.A., Wuehler S.E., and Neufeld, L.M. (2013). "Expanding the Frontiers of Population Nutrition Research: New Questions, New Methods, and New Approaches." Advances in Nutrition. 4, 92-114.